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 0Posted at 1:20pm | re: AC/DC Albums From Worst To Best (21 comments)

I’m disappointed this list didn’t just say, “JK!!! They’re ALL the worst!” but that’s probably just me being a hater.

 0Posted on Aug 25th | re: VMAs 2014 Videos, GIFs, Vines, & Winners List (21 comments)

Nicki Minaj’s ass and Beyoncé are the only things I needed to see from this show, so I’m glad this is here so I didn’t have to actually sit down and watch it.

Also, there’s no way TSwift isn’t going out of her to play up her awkward dancing as much as possible, which makes it so much less endearing now.

Damnnn, sounds like Weiland might get a big payday soon–libel case against Beverly Hills PD *and* TMZ???

 +2Posted on Aug 19th | re: Taylor Swift - "Shake It Off" Video (90 comments)

“my very first documented official pop album”

I wonder if that means “Red” will be her very last documented official country record? (“Country” record?)

Or it could say, “Be careful with drugs because they can be dangerous” in big letters.

I mean, this *was* a profile in CMJ that came out two months after her last album. I think she overshared and now regrets it. I’ve probably done that before, I’m sure. I just don’t think the people who noted it in Wikipedia did anything wrong to be considered assholes though–she could have just said, “I did amphetamines back then when I wrote ‘Visions.’ I was in a really bad place and it was bad for me.” Or something like that. More like a big disclaimer saying “Drugs are bad though!” because that’s what it essentially is now.

I don’t see how those people editing her Wikipedia page were either assholes or trolls or putting pro-drug statements up. They just put up her own words describing her creative process going into the album. If she wants to either deny or disown her previous statements, then she should have simply done that.

Oops I didn’t mean to leave that as a reply to your post.

I don’t see how those people editing her Wikipedia page were either assholes or trolls or putting pro-drug statements up. They just put up her own words describing her creative process going into the album. If she wants to either deny or disown her previous statements, then she should have simply done that.

That Katy Perry video was basically a Buzzfeed listicle.